Krishna and the False Vasudeva is an endearing tale that, as always, teaches a wonderful lesson. Vasudeva became proud and boastful because he shared a common name with the divine Krishna, also known as Vasudeva. The foolish king considered himself the lord of the universe. Confusion and calamity resulted, and together makes for a tale filled with humor and sound advice.
Published by the famous Amar Chitra Katha of India, these illustrated classics are endearing to both children and adults.